Carrie Underwood gives rare glimpse of sons Isaiah and Jacob in Christmas tree snap

Carrie Underwood keeps her kids out of the spotlight — but the little ones are front and center on her Christmas tree.

The singer gave her Instagram followers a rare glimpse of sons Isaiah, 8, and Jacob, 4, when she showed off her holiday decor on Wednesday.

“Fisher family Christmas tree 2023!” the “American Idol” alum, 40, captioned the Story snap.

In the festive social media upload, Underwood displayed homemade ornaments featuring photos of her boys.

The Grammy winner and her husband, Mike Fisher, welcomed Isaiah and Jacob in 2015 and 2019, respectively.

While the couple showed their son’s faces on social media at first, they have chosen to keep the siblings’ backs to the camera for years.

When Jacob and Isaiah attended one of their mom’s October 2022 concerts, for instance, she shared a sweet video of them shot from behind.

The smiling snaps were shown on her family’s Christmas tree. Carrieunderwood/Instagram

“My sweet boys came to see their mommy’s first show!” Underwood gushed via Instagram at the time. “Jakey caught a few songs, at least, before he drifted off to dream land.

“One was blowing me kisses,” she continued. “One was sleeping soundly.”

The songwriter is not the only celebrity to change their mind about their kids’ social media presence, with Andy Cohen telling Today.com on Wednesday that he stopped showing his son, Ben, and plans to do the same for daughter Lucy.

The singer shares Jacob and Isaiah with husband Mike Fisher. Getty Images

“I just feel funny about it,” the “Watch What Happens Live” host, 55, explained. “People need to understand that my kids are not me and they didn’t sign up for this.”


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The Bravo executive, who is “figuring it out as [he] go[es],” noted that his mother, Evelyn Cohen, was a driving force in the decision.

“My mom is really on me about it,” Andy said. “She’s really like, ‘You have to stop.’ She was very vocal.”

While the couple initially showed their son’s faces via Instagram, they have since changed their tune.
The little ones now keep their backs to the camera. mfisher1212/Instagram
Isaiah and Jacob are 8 and 4, respectively.

As for Eva Mendes, the actress told her followers in 2020 that her and Ryan Gosling’s daughters did not “consent” to being shared online.

“My children are so little and don’t understand what posting their image really means,” she wrote.

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard do the same for daughters by covering their faces with emojis, as do Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik.